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mendōsus -a -um

full of blemishes, faulty

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Catō –ōnis m.

Cato, a family name in the Porcian gens; M. Porcius Cato, called the Censor and also Senex; M. Porcius Cato the younger, who perished by his own hand at Utica; hence, called Uticensis

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ēmendō ēmendāre

to free from faults, correct, improve, amend

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lēniter lēnius (comp.) lēnissimē (superl.)

gently, mildly

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lōrum lōrī n. or lorus –ī m.

thong, strap, strip of leather; shoe strap; whip; dog leash; reins

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fūnis fūnis m.

rope, line

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ūdus –a –um

wet, damp

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exōrō exōrāre exōrāvī exōrātus

to pray effectually; entreat, implore

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ops opis f.

power, might; help; influence; resources/wealth (pl.)

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fastīdium –ī n.

nausea, squeamishness, loathing, distaste, aversion

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grammaticus –ī m.

secondary school teacher

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illūc

there, thither

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nempe

indeed, to be sure, truly

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incompositus –a –um

unformed; out of order, disordered, disarranged, irregular; amorphic

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Laberius –ī m.

a Roman gentile name

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mīmus –ī m.

mime (actor in a mime); mime (theatrical production)

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rīsus –ūs m.

laughter; smile

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dīdūcō –dūcere –dūxī –ductum

to draw apart, separate

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rictus –ūs m.

an open mouth

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lassus –a –um

tired, weary

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iocōsus –a –um

full of jesting, humorous, droll, facetious

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vicis vicis f.

change, interchange, alternation, succession, vicissitude

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parcō parcere pepercī parsus

to forbear, refrain from; spare; show consideration; be economical/thrifty with

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extenuō –āre –āvī –ātum

to make thin, reduce, diminish

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cōnsultō

deliberately, purposely, designedly

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plērumque

generally, commonly; mostly, for the most part; often, frequently

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secō secāre secuī sectum

to cut

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scripta –ōrum n. pl.

writings, works (in poetry or prose)

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cōmoedia –ae f.

comedy

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prīscus –a –um

ancient, antique

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imitor imitārī imitātus sum

to imitate

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Hermogenes

Hermogenes (a name)

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umquam

ever

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sīmius -iī m.

ape

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Calvus –ī m.

Calvus, a Roman cognomen

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Catullus –ī m.

Catullus, Roman cognomen